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  1. Sennheiser RS110 Wireless Headphones review

    Sennheiser RS110 Wireless Headphones review

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    By rights I should love any company that attempts to supply me with wireless audio. At home I have to clamber into a nest of wires that creep and clutch around my gaming chair until I end up looking like the victim in Japanese tentacle porn.

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    Targus Stow-N-Go Media Remote review

    Targus Stow-N-Go Media Remote review

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    Whether you have Windows Media Center or a range of media you'd like to access without having to touch your laptop, this gadget is perfect. Comprising a tiny USB link connector and a 2.4GHz RF remote, you can access your media from up to 15m away

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    Epson Perfection V700 Photo review

    Epson Perfection V700 Photo review

    10  

    Do you have stacks of old prints and slides, and want high-quality scans? Perhaps you can't afford a dedicated high-end film scanner? Then consider this Epson model. It's a high-quality flatbed with print and slide adaptor frames for volume scanning

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    Wacom Bamboo review

    Wacom Bamboo review

    8  

    Bamboo is Wacom's latest weapon in convincing us to seriously consider its products as mouse replacements. For the first time, it's aimed entirely at an audience that spends its time browsing the Internet, emailing and creating spreadsheets

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    Wacom Bamboo review

    Wacom Bamboo review

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    Wacom has often bundled a mouse with its priciest graphics tablets, in a tacit acknowledgement that for some users there are tasks that are better accomplished with a mouse than a stylus

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    Fatal1ty Gaming Headset review

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    Not that any of us round here really care for Wendell's moniker palstered all over our gear, but it has to be said that the products that bear his name are all pretty good. The Zalman Fatal1ty chassis was a real beauty

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    Hercules Blog Webcam review

    Hercules Blog Webcam review

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    The decision-making process behind this sort of product always amuses us no end, you know. "Those blog things are popular on the interwebs," the suits must think. "Let's call our latest camera a Blog Webcam."

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    HP LaserJet 2600n review

    HP LaserJet 2600n review

    10  

    The latest in HP's long and illustrious history of LaserJet printers, the 2600n has an inline toner cartridge arrangement and, with no carousel churning around, it's remarkably quiet in operation. And in performance terms, it more than meets expectations

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    Ergo 525 review

    Ergo 525 review

    8  

    The problem I've found with laser mice is that being a person of limited reaction times, the mouse pointer, or targeting reticule in games, moves around faster than my feeble mind can cope with.

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    MaxFire Pandora Pro review

    MaxFire Pandora Pro review

    7  

    Sometimes, you've just got to use a joypad, nothing else will do. The keyboard and mouse combo is all very well for your first person shooters, but what about sports sims, retro arcade shooters, and racing games?

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    Epson R360 review

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    Epson R360 printer: There's been a lot of scaremongering of late over the robustness and longevity of inkjet photo prints. Epson is out to silence any critics with its new Claria inks, six of which are featured in the R360 photo printer

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    TallyGenicom 8108N review

    TallyGenicom 8108N review

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    Despite its reasonably compact size, the TallyGenicom 8108N feels like it weighs a ton, although the actual weight is 29kg. It's loud, too, even when sitting idle, with two fans and an intermittent pinging noise emanating from the machine

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    Samsung CLP-300N review

    Samsung CLP-300N review

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    The Samsung CLP-300N is only slightly larger than many an inkjet printer. Yet it still comes with a full compliment of features. It offers an effective 2400 x 600dpi, just like the big boys in its class, and sports a healthy 32MB of memory

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    Oki C3300n review

    Oki C3300n review

    6  

    There's always somebody that has to be different, and this time it's Oki. Just when you thought that all colour printers were one of two basic shapes, along comes the C3300n. It's much longer than it is wide and not very tall at all

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    Lexmark C500n review

    Lexmark C500n review

    7  

    Tune into TV advertising and you'd think that most of the business world is running on Lexmark printers. Unlike some of Lexmark's flimsier inkjet printers, the C500n has a real business-like feel to it with seemingly rock-solid build quality

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    Konica Minolta magicolor 2530DL review

    Konica Minolta magicolor 2530DL review

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    Comparatively compact and light in weight, the 2350DL jumps the first hurdle of installation by being refreshingly easy to get out of the box and position on your desk. Once there it looks stylishly designed, well finished and built to a high standard

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    Epson AcuLaser C1100 review

    Epson AcuLaser C1100 review

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    Compared to some of the more lightweight models around, you can tell the Epson really means business as you struggle to lift all 28kg of printer out of its box. It's two to four inches larger in every direction than many other desktop colour lasers

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    Canon i-Sensys Laser Shot LBP-5000 review

    Canon i-Sensys Laser Shot LBP-5000 review

    8  

    Everything about the Laser Shot LBP-5000 screams simplicity. With a modest footprint and easily inserted toner cartridges, which are based on a vertically stacked, inline system rather than relying on a carousel.

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    Logitech Harmony 1000 review

    Logitech Harmony 1000 review

    9  

    Universal remotes are a great way to take control of your entire AV system - especially when that system becomes rather extensive. Logitech's latest model in its Harmony line has the power to command up to 15 separate items

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    Ci65m Wireless Notebook Mouse review

    Ci65m Wireless Notebook Mouse review

    9  

    We weren't expecting much from this notebook squeaker. After all, most notebook mice have terrible sensitivity, poor detection on anything but a textured surface, and entirely fail to fit the human hand.

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    Thrustmaster Run 'N' Drive review

    Thrustmaster Run 'N' Drive review

    8  

    With more and more console ports fouling up our beloved PC shores, it's understandable that you might want to invest in a gamepad to at least milk some joy from the latest bunch of soulless ports.

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    Thrustmaster RGT Clutch Edition review

    Thrustmaster RGT Clutch Edition review

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    Thrustmaster's previous RGT model was met with a reasonably warm reception within the pages of this august tome, but we had a couple of criticisms. For one, the gear changes were a bit hit and miss, thanks to the slightly limp shifter menchanism

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    Wacom Graphire 4 review

    Wacom Graphire 4 review

    9  

    For most people a graphics tablet seems like an unnecessary luxury. The good ones are generally pricy and the cheap ones pretty useless. Unless you need to do a lot of design or image-editing work, you probably don't see the need

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    HP LaserJet P2015 review

    HP LaserJet P2015 review

    8  

    The latest vogue might be for colour lasers in the office but these are usually big, noisy beasts. The new LaserJet P2015 mono printer is an exercise in space-saving simplicity.

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    Lexmark X9350 Wireless Office review

    Lexmark X9350 Wireless Office review

    4  

    This machine is an all-in- one fax, colour inkjet printer, scanner and copier. It performs with varying ability, faces stiff competition from HP and Epson, but generally failed to impress us considering the price

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